There was a time, not terribly long ago when I would have vehemently protested the return of Primarchs to 40K.
“The game system can't adequately represent them,” I would have railed, “The balance of the setting will be upset by their return,” I would have bleated, “No model can encapsulate their ethos,” I would have remonstrated (struggling for synonyms all the way).
And I would have been wrong. On all fronts.
Most of all, I would have been...mildly incredulous, to say the least, regarding the return of the Daemon Primarchs: entities that are second only to the powers of Chaos themselves in the daemonic pantheons; that were semi-divine during their material incarnations, but which, after their ascendence (or damnation, if you prefer), are arguably too mythic in scope to ever adequately portray.
The third part of the site will be the articles, which are many and varied. We plan to host scans of long forgotten pages from dusty tomes, which you can see now with the Lost Races: Fimir and Mail Order Scans galleries, but we also plan to have fiction, articles about the hobby and the like as well.
You can find these musings and musters HERE
Part of the content for this site is lore and fiction from the worlds we discuss in audiobook form. We launch with a large backlog of these for your listening pleasure which you can find HERE
The Fluffenhammer Podcast exists for two very large reasons. The first is simply that the hosts have a deep-rooted love for fiction and world building and want to discuss these things in (painfully) great detail. Secondly, however, those of us who have been around Warhammer's various forms over the decades have stories to tell, and memories to share. Whith this in mind, George and Adam like to get a third chair in, and talk to that person at length about the experiences and the people who formed the hobby.
You can find the shows HERE
Welcome one and all, my dear unfortunate Fluffers, to this space-locked archive of Warhammer, this athenaeum of 40k, indeed, this repository of love for the worlds of Games Workshop (and others). We hope to bring you much in the way of teary eyed pleasures in the form of the Fluffenhammer Podcast, the Videos of Fluffenhammer Fiction, and the words and galleries of the Fluffenwords Archives.
Thats a lot of Fluff, I admit.
So, please, feel free to peruse and return, as we will be updating on a regular basis, and we shall see you soon.
Who Are We?
The Fluffenhammer is a archive of joy for the worlds of Games Workshop (and beyond)